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ern States will serve on the Committee. The efforts on the part of the secessionists to get Mr. Houston, of Alabama, to decline serving, have been unsuccessful. He declares that he will fight the battles of the South and maintain its rights in the Union. The refusal of Southern members to serve on this Committee and state their grievances, must be regarded as a determination on their part to abandon the Union without an effort to save it Another offer to the Governor of Alabama. Governor Moore, of Alabama, has received the following patriotic tender of services: To His Excellency, the Governor of the State of Alabama-- Sir: The undersigned, a veteran of four wars, the Indian war of 1798, the war of 1812, the Tus-ke-se-ha war, and the Indian war of 1836; also, and by no means least, Captain of the squad of Honorary Members of the Montgomery True Blues, and Commander-in-Chief of the well known, patriotic, and reliable "Old Fogy Club," begs leave to offer to your Excellenc
Resulted Fatally. --Wm. A. Jones, one of the men who was injured in the affray with Spotswood Rider, in Lynchburg, Va., on Thursday last, died of his wounds on Saturday. Moore, the other man, who was thought to have received the worst injuries, is still alive, but his chances for recovery are very slight.